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's speech, travel, privacy or self-defense, from the overwhelming passion of the public. right now the public is passionate about this because we are still grieving over the horrific massacre; something none of us thought we would see in our lives, that took place in newtown. the question is: should law-abiding citizens lose a fundamental liberty because of what some crazies amongst us have done? we have almost always answered that question "no." we look out for and prosecute the crazies. we don't take the rights away from those who don't abuse them. >>eric: take it one step further, the founding fathers did when they wrote that amendment, they said the right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed upon. it takes it one step further, doesn't it? >> yeah, eric, and i appreciate you mentioning that. it is really one of the clearest parts of the constitution, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed, meaning the government shall not, may not interfere with this. the supreme court has said in your own home, in your backyard, on your property you have a
didn't mean to cuts you off. i know you have problems with it with regard to self-defense because there is some sort of failure rate on it? >> it depends on the particular company developing it. it can be as high as 10%. there's also kind of a lag between when you grab the firearm and when the safety disengages and when seconds count, that is the last thing that you want to have happen come between you and your gun. >>gretchen: as somebody who is a gun specialist, do you see this becoming a reality, let's say, in the next decade? would it eventually be a good idea that you would be sort of finger printed coding so to speak, so only the person who owns the gun, licensed to have it, actually uses it? >> it would be a great ideal if that was possible. maybe ten years from now there might be some better technology to support that type of safety. but there are also other pitfalls. anything that can be -- any security stkeupl that you -- sym that you have that's electronic can have other vulnerabilities like spoofing or blocking. with the biometric scanner, there are other hurdles. like
. these are the kids who reached out to him. so i guess that's their defense that they're using those kids. but let's face it, politics is all about imagery and i'm not saying it's necessarily right, but it's going to be the image that's going to be sent around, it's that picture, right? it's going to look like these kids are standing behind what the president is going to do. >> steve: can you imagine, gretch, if one of those kids, because if they wrote to the president concerned about what was happening in the news said, hey, mr. president, what's the deal with the debt? i've been hearing a lot about the debt ceiling. what's my family's share? i'm just a kid. when i'm a grownup, i understand it could be hundreds of thousands of dollars. could you guys please cut spending now? >> brian: if you want to know if that is going to happen today, see if rand paul's grandson will be in there or somebody like that. if there's a republican child or michael j. fox's character, michael keating. >> gretchen: that would be a good one. let's talk about what the new york state has done now and governor cuomo. he i
stanford, would walk around to the other guys and this defensive end who graduated from stanford and say anybody know my girlfriend? nobody knew her. that's why he thinks he was a victim of a hoax. however, how could you say you met her in hawaii, your parents met her, your dad saying this very well could have been my daughter-in-law, if you're not in on the hoax. according to this, it all goes back to a guy who is a famous family, they have a few players that got into the nfl. he is the one who evidently could be behind this and according to a friend of that guy, he's 80% sure that plant has been knew all about it and in on the hoax. >> steve: was he? we talk to dr. keith ablow earlier about it and keith said this. >> we're at a point in our culture where truth is up for grabs and people are not only doing this with elaborate hoaxes like this, but they're doing it with themselves. they're doctoring their facebook profiles. they're creating "avatars" with themselves. had is the outlying extreme of that phenomenon. tremendously dangerous. when you don't have grounding in reality, you're v
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